Game to Eat at Rudding Park
Well we are avoiding all puns now with something that is close to my heart Yorkshire Game. Do you know your Pheasant from your Partridge, is your Grouse Famous or have you recently jugged your hare?!
Eddie Gray,Stephanie Moon and Matthew Wilkinson (pictured above at Rudding Park) have picked up the “game gauntlet” and are going for it. The following dishes are live this week on the Clocktower menu to support the Countryside Alliance’s Game to Eat campaign.
Please take your pick from the following game recipes cooked by the following chefs…
Tea Smoked Wild Duck
Trio of pickled beetroot, pickering watercress
Poached Rabbit Saddle
Wild mushroom crust, rabbit and pearl barley risotto, Kale, ginger beer jus
Braised Hare Pappardelle Pasta
Tomato, rosemary, smoked pancetta
Black truffle, tarragon, chorizo, charred squash, butter beans, game jus
Fresh wasabi, dandelion and burdock salad, venison wonton
Barbeque North York Moor Partridge
Smoky bacon mash potato, collard greens, corn and chilli salsa
So why not try these recipes if you are game!
With some fresh new approaches to classic game, each Chef has made you an easy recipe and a slighty more complex one to flex your culinary arm.
Game On Wild Cooks!
Make the most of Game to Eat Week whilst it is here – Enjoy these healthy, low in fat, tasty dishes at Clocktower before having a go at the recipes in your own home.
Low in food miles but hopefully high in food styles!
Just off to pluck a few partridge!